Little Fort and Barriere carpet bowlers ready for Provincials

Two teams from North Thompson Valley qualify to represent Zone 2

Little Fort carpet bowlers (l-r) Pete and Linda Verhoeven

Little Fort and Barriere carpet bowling teams  recently took first and second places at the playoffs in Interlake.

As a result of their wins both teams will be representing Zone 2 at the Provincials this coming May, which are scheduled to be held in 100 Mile House.

Pictured are Little Fort players (main photo, l-r) Pete and Linda Verhoeven, Adrienne Campbell and Jack Livingstone; Barriere players (below, l-r) are Louis and Anke Zijderveld, Hector Denton, and Ernie Yungen.

 

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